‘He Was The Peacemaker’

Memorial Vigil Held For Slain City Man

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Posted: December 31, 2013

Friends and family of shooting victim Traman Turner join hands in prayer during a candlelight vigil off Commerce Drive on Monday. Roughly two dozen gathered at the scene of the crime to honor the father of three children who was shot to death the day before Christmas. (Photos by Michael Reilly / DN-R)
Felicia Scott wears a shirt bearing shooting victim Traman Turner’s picture at a candlelight vigil on Commerce Drive on Monday. Turner, who was killed on Christmas Eve, was remembered as a caring man and father by those in attendance. “He didn’t deserve to go the way he went. He was a good person,” Scott said.

HARRISONBURG — Felicia Scott first met Traman Turner about three years ago when they worked at George’s poultry plant in Harrisonburg.

The 51-year-old Harrisonburg resident grew close to...



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